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Spotted Spurge (Chamaesyce maculata)


  • Title:  Spotted Spurge (Chamaesyce maculata)
  • Description:  Spurge sp. (shown Spotted Spurge, Chamaesyce maculata) - Summer Annual. Germination occurs when soil temperatures are between 60-90¡F degrees. Germination is typically mid- to late-summer. Propagation is by seed and root crowns. Plants can flower and produce seed within 5 weeks of germination. Grows very quickly in warm conditions, can form a mat up to three feet across, grows in sidewalk cracks. Native to eastern US. Occurs until frost.
  • Keywords:  mat-forming Southern summer weed, Spotted Spurge, tough
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